Hello I am a gamer i play different type of games starting from open world to rpg’s. we are actually a whole community, since i have a huge interest in games so im also a programmer but im not really much of a Completionist. i mean i try to complete games but i get a new game then i focus on that different game i really try my best to do side missions,achievements,and trophy’s
I mostly play open-world games like the Division 2 this game is perfect Cause its a cover-based shooter game this game has a long story and i have just entered the endgame which includes new type of enemies the black tusk as seen on the picture on top. there are also different types of enemies/ faction ex: the hyenas , true sons, outcast, a mysterious faction, and the black tusk (as seen above) each faction has a different type of troops or robots (as seen below)
The story is about a virus named the green poison that was spread all around using a clever way of transportation through money On Black Friday 2015, a smallpox epidemic, transmitted by a virus planted on banknotes, sweeps through New York City.
The disease, known as “Green Poison" or “The Dollar Flu", causes widespread chaos, and Manhattan is placed under quarantine. The U.S. Government activates sleeper agents in the population who operate for the Strategic Homeland Division or simply “the Division", to assist emergency responders, now called the Joint Task Force (JTF), in restoring order.
In Brooklyn, the protagonist, a Division agent, assists the JTF before planning to depart for the Quarantine zone with fellow agent Faye Lau. However, the VTOL meant to take them there helicopter is destroyed in an explosion, killing the Division Commander along with most of the second wave and severely wounding Faye Lau.
Arriving in a JTF-commandeered news helicopter instead, the Division agents reclaim the James A. Farley Post Office Building as their base of operations. From there, the agents undertake assignments to rescue important personnel, help in restoring the base of operations to full working capacity and combat criminal groups,
such as the Rioters, common street thugs in New York who generally want to take advantage of the quarantine, the Rikers, escapees from Rikers Island, and the Cleaners, insane New York Sanitation workers who wield flamethrowers and believe everyone is infected.
In the course of the game, the agent helps rescue important personnel like Dr. Jessica Kandel, Captain Roy Benitez, and Paul Rhodes. This personnel heads the Medical, Security, and Tech wings of the base of operations respectively. Agents also recovered a sample of Green Poison
. Studying the sample reveals the virus was manufactured and then modified heavily by a controversial biologist named Dr. Gordon Amherst.this is what happened in the first game tom clancy the Division the events led to the second game Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
In Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Seven months after the Green Poison outbreak, several Division agents are defending a civilian settlement from a bandit attack when the SHD Network, the system controlling their advanced technology and nationwide communications, suddenly shuts down.
The Player’s Agent receives a Division distress call from Washington D.C. as a new and larger force begins to attack the settlement. At a fellow agent’s urging, they abandon the battle to respond to the call. The Agent arrives in Washington D.C. to find the Division and JTF’s local base of operations, the White House, under attack by the Hyenas. After repelling the attack, the Agent is briefed by Manny Ortega, the city’s Division controller.
The Agent learns that most of the country’s leadership is either dead or missing and the city is mostly controlled by three hostile factions: the Hyenas, the Outcasts, and the True Sons. Ortega instructs the Agent to work with fellow agent Alani Kelso to assist civilian settlements, liberate the city, and restore the SHD network.
Ortega and Kelso uncover information that a cure to Green Poison might be located somewhere in the city and that President Ellis may have survived the crash of Air Force One but is being held, prisoner. Kelso is reluctant to waste time and resources to find Ellis, but Ortega points out that his security clearance may be needed to access the cure.
The Agent eventually discovers Ellis and rescues him from Hyena’s custody. Ellis confirms that broad-spectrum antivirals to cure not just Green Poison, but all viral infections, exist. However, he can only access them with a special briefcase currently held in the True Sons’ heavily fortified base at the United States Capitol.
After the Agent repairs the SHD Network, reconnecting Division agents across the country, Ellis vows to restore the United States, no matter the cost. With the tide turning against them, the Hyenas, True Sons, and Outcasts retreat to their final strongholds.
With the help of civilian militias and the JTF, the Agent assaults the strongholds and eliminates the leadership of most of the factions, with the Outcasts’ leader Emelline Shaw disappearing during the assault on her stronghold on Roosevelt Island while recovering Ellis’ briefcase from the Capital.
As the Agent and the Division celebrate their victory, a new faction, the technologically advanced private military company Black Tusk, invades the city. Many of D.C.’s landmarks are quickly seized and Ellis suddenly goes missing with his briefcase, forcing the Agent to head out to find Ellis and repel the Black Tusk.
The Agent eventually learns that Black Tusk supplied weapons to the gangs of D.C., Ellis has been working with the Black Tusks all along and that Ellis’s predecessor, President Mendez, did not commit suicide as previously believed, but was assassinated by his own Secret Service detail on Black Tusk’s orders.
Thanks to Ellis, Black Tusk gains possession of the broad spectrum antivirals, planning to transport them out of the city. The Agent successfully raids Black Tusk’s stronghold at Tidal Basin, retrieving the antivirals and preventing a missile strike on the White House, although Ellis’ location remains unknown.
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